Last updated: 10/1/2018

Westminster Community Food Pantry (978) 729-8934
Last Updated: 10/1/2018
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The Westminster Community Food Pantry, a 501©3 non-profit organization located at the First Congregational Church, 138 Main Street, Westminster, is open to residents of Westminster.

Since the Westminster Community Food Pantry has no affiliation with public entities, the pantry depends entirely on the generosity of individuals, businesses, and civic organizations in the area for donations of food and monetary contributions.

Over the past 12 years the pantry has received generous donations from local civic organizations, schools, businesses, religious organizations, and individuals. Financial contributions are used for the purchase of food and other necessities.

All contributions are tax deductible and will be acknowledged.

The Food Pantry is open on Thursday evenings from 6:30pm - 7:30pm. Westminster residents are encouraged to visit the Food Pantry every week. Please bring proof of residency the first time you visit the Food Pantry.

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Hunger/Nutrition
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Westminster Community Food Pantry
138 Main Street
Westminster, MA 01473  

(978) 729-8934


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Food Pantry/Meals
Nutrition (food)

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